Abington Friends School - Outward Bound Yearbook (Jenkintown, PA)
- Class of 1954
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ABINGTON FRIENDS SCHOOL
Editor-in-Chief oooooo , , ......,,. J UDY JONES
Business Manager A .. 4.,,.77,. BARBARA SALESKY
Photography Editor ..,. .,,,..... C HARLOTTE WHALEN
Art Editor o o,oo oooooo .A.o,oooooooo N A NCY AMBLER
Left to right: C. Wha
len, J. Jones, N
Ambler, B. Salesky.
To you goes our gratitude for the help and
GEORGE J. HORCHER
The Class of 1954 takes great pleasure in dedi-
cating its yearbook to the three men who make up
the maintenance department of the school: George
J. Horcher, George A. Horcher, and Robert Bacon.
l GEORGE A. IIORQ HPR
friendship which you have shown us throughout
our years at A.F.S. You have given unceasingly of
your time and overtime in helping us to prepare
for dances and other school functions. We have
come to consider you as an integral part of the
school which we love so well. Most of all, we ap-
preciate the moral support which you have given
us. You have always been ready with a quick smile
or a word of encouragement. This is our way of
thanking you for the affection which you have
Remember: Her cute
clothes . . . Her quiet
way . . . Her knowl-
edge of home econo-
mics . . . Her sweet
"The homework for
Remember: Her beau-
tiful eyes . . . Her
neatness . . . Her nat-
urally curly hair . . .
Her English tests.
"IFS up to you."
Rl"lIl9ll1l7f"I'Z His infor
mal discussions . . .
His blue suit . . . Mrs.
Collltlingz . . . His tur-
rent ov:-nts classes.
"Can I see you for a
Renwmber: His tact
. . . His good posture-
. . . His religion clas-
ses . . . Our trips to
"Where's Miss Smith ?"
Remember: Her danc-
ing ability . . . Her
. . . Exercise classes
. . Her black leotard.
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It is with the deepest love and respect that we inscribe this
page of gratitude to our parents. Throughout our lives, they
have been the guiding force behind each one of us. They
have shown us, primarily by their own example, that the
struggle to grow up to be responsible adults is not under-
taken in vain. They have endured our wrath, been sympa-
thetic to our grief, and shared in our joy. Always, no matter
how dark the moment, they were at our sides, guiding, help-
ing, but most of all loving. We know we can never justly re-
pay the great debt which we owe to them. The one desire
which we have is that someday we will at last become the
mature, upright people whom they tried so hard to make us
MARJORIE JANE ADAMS
1009 Crosswicks Road
"The Sunshine of
Freshman: Class Treasurerg Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Basketballg
Assembly Committeeg Play Productiong Photography Clubg Clee Clubg May
Court. Sophomore: Student Council, Secretaryg Color Team Hockeyg Color
Team Basketball Acorns Cast of "Wisemeng" Clee Club. Junior: Second Team
Hockeyg First Team Basketballg Affiliation Committeeg Acorns, Assistant Edi-
torg Glee Clubg Octetg May Court. Senior: Student Council, Presidentg Second
Team Hockeyg First Team Basketball, Captaing Dance Clubg Glee Clubg Octet.
When it comes to accepting responsibility, there's no one who is
more dependable than Marge. Any job which she undertakes is done
well and conscientiously. Her ability as a leader is also commend-
able. These features may in large measure be attributed to her seri-
ousness of purpose. Marge is ambitiousg she sees what is ahead of
her, and she doesn't hesitate. However, it is for her warm, under-
standing personality that we will remember Marge. None of us could
ever forget the unselfish friendship which she has shown us. Her even
temperament and presence of mind have averted many calamities
in our lives. Marge is versatile and ambitious. She is sure to suc-
ceed in whatever course she chooses, throughout her life.
NANCY MORGAN AMBLER
Freshman: Student Counclg Art
Club' Cast of "Wise Freshmengn
Boundl Art Editor: Human Affairs Club.
Club. Sophomore: ssem y
Buck Hill Conference. Junior: Welfare Com-
mittee French Club: Narrator for May Day. Senior: Class Secretary: Outwarrl
A bl Committeeg Art
Daisy is one of the most intelligent people we have ever known.
Her mind is extremely active and perceptive. This fact and her large
vocabulary may stem from the fact that she is an avid reader. Be-
sides intellectual ability, she has a great deal of poise and charm. The
rest of us are quite envious of her sophisticated manner and her
smart taste, probably influenced by her noteworthy artistic penchant.
Her self-assurance makes it possible for her to cope with almost any
situation. However, it is for her straight forward manner that we
most admire Daisy. We can always be sure of her sincerity and are
grateful for her frankness. We know that we could never have ac-
complished much without Daisy.
"It Must Be Fun
to Be You"
Freshman: Class Secretaryg Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Basketballg Pla
Production. Sophomore: Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Ba k
ation Committeeg Photography Clubg Cast of MW'
Vice Presidentg Color Team Hock '
ior: Class Vice Presid '
Pride a d '
e Co Treasur
s etballg Affili-
ise Freshmen." Iunior: C
ey, Basketball Manager'
ent, Hockey Managerg
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Dance Cl b
er, Cast of
, . ub. Sen-
u , Treasur '
r s Bank and
When Barb is given a job to do, we can always be sure that it will
be done well. There is a determined look in her blue eyes which
shows that she will stick to a job tenaciously until it is done. She is
lively and has a sparkling smile that brightens any atmosphere. She l 4,
is very friendly and especially loyal to those close to her. tlliiiill
Barb is an excellent planner and has a faculty for organization
which is an asset to our class. One of Barb's greatest attribut '
her ability to form her own opinions clearly and c '
severance in carrying her ideas thr
member of our grou .
es her an invaluable
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JANE FOULKE COBURN
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"I'll See You in mg
Freshman: Class Presidentg Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Baskelballg As-
sembly Committeeg Photography Club. Sophomore: Color Team Hockey Man-
ager: Color Team Basketball Manager: Acornsg Cast of "Wise Freshmen."
Junior: Class Treasurerg Typing Clubg Home Crafts: Junior Essay, Second
Award. Senior: Class Treasurerg Religious Life Committee, Chairmang Human
Affairs: Cas! of Pride and Prejurliceg Co-Treasurer of Oaks Bank and Trust
-5" '51 ,Ianie's sincerity is shown in every contour of her face. Her slow
'7' -T deliberate approach to the problems which confront her usually in-
"',,?-.-1'-:'-:gh sures a good solution. Her foresightedness may have a great deal to
"' 4, Q 0 do with this. ,lane always thinks ahead to what the repercussions of
,SL her actions will be. Don't think for a minute, though, that she is all
seriousness. She has a warm sense of humor and a spontaneous laugh
which makes you want to laugh with her. She is always willing to
to the best of her ability. The one quality which makes
' ' h r understanding. lt is this quality which has
' h she will always be remember
Jane so outstanding is e
endeared her to her class and for whic
"You.'d Be So Nice to
Come Home to"
Freshman: First Team Hockeyg Second Team Basketballg First Team Tennisg
Play Productiong Glee Cluhg May Court. Sophomore: Class Presidentg First
Team Hockeyg First' Team Basketballg First Team Tennisg Typing Clubg Cast
of "Wise Freshmenf' Glee Clubg Octet. Junior: First Team Hockeyg First
Team Basketballg Second Team Tennisg Acarnsg Glee Clubg Octet. Senior:
President of A.A.g First Team Hockey, Co-Captaing First Team Basketballg
Assembly Committee, Chairmang Dance Clubg Glee Clubg Octet.
Susie is without a doubt one of the prettiest girls in the class. She
has not only lovely features but also a light that comes from within
which gives her a unique type of beauty. She is always flawlessly
groomed. It is small wonder that her interest lies in modeling. Sue
is a stable and sensible girl, but her sense of humor makes us realize
that she is full of fun and down to earth. S
people and warm gracious manner make anyone whom she meets
feel instinctively attracted to her. Sue,s deep conviction and sincerity
of belief give her an air of dignity which commands both the respect
and admiration of all of us.
usie's sincere interest in
ARIEL GORDON CRIMES
"Ah, Sweet Mystery 3
Junior: Color Team Hockey, Second Team Basketball, Second Team Tennisg
Affiliation Committeeg French Club, Vice President, Glee Club, Librariang
Octet. Senior: Second Team Hockeyg Second Team Basketballg Dance Clubg
Dramatic Club, Vice President: Glee Club, Presidentg Octetg Buck Hill Con-
CD Ariel seems to be the unique personality among our members.
ws-K She is endowed with a rich sense of humor and has a marvelous
A faculty for being able to understand and evaluate people. She is es-
fx sentially quiet but is a wonderful companion, for she is able to carry
. ...,.-,' on extremely interesting conversations on many varying topics. Her
scope of interests seem to be limitless. The characteristics which
seem to be most outstanding in Ariel are her understanding and
kindness. She is able to pick out what is troubling us and at the
same time help us to forget just what the difficulty was. Combining
hese attributes, we have Ariel, one of the most delightful people we
JUDITH CLEMENT J ONES
1691 Paper Mill Road
' "All of a Sudden My
Sophomore: Art Club: Cast of "Wise Freshmenf' Glee Clubg Octet. Junior
Student Council, Treasure-rg Color Team Hockeyg Play Productiong Clee Club
Library Assistantg Junior Town Meeting of the Air Representativeg .lumor
Essay, First Award. Senior Outward Bounrl, Editor-in-chiefg Dance Club
Human Affairs Club: Glee Club, Secretary-Treasurer: Octetg Library As
sistantg junior Town Meeting of the Air Representative.
We have depended on Judy's wisdom and diligence for much of
the really serious business of the class. lt is surely a master organizer
who can maintain a good academic average, be editor of our year-
book, carry on a "business careerf, and sing in a choir on the side.
How does she do it all? No doubt one way is by her continual per-
severance, another, by using her time wisely. Judy also possesses a
perceptiveness of people and ideas which, together with her efficien-
cy, should ensure her a place in the sun. The class of '54 sends out a
happy, vivacious member in Judy, always cheerful and friendly-
with sincerity to all and malice toward none.
"My Heart Belongs
Freshman: Class Vice Presidentg Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Baskelballg
Acornsg Clee Club. Sophomore: Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Basketballg
Photography Clubg Glee Club. Junior: Color Team Hockey: Color Team Bas-
ketballg Archeryg Acornsg Clee Club, Class Representative. Senior: Color
Team Hockeyg Acornsg Clee Club, Class Representative.
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Although Carolyn has the greatest distance to cover, travelling
from home to school, she is nevertheless the most punctual person
in the class. Her promptness never ceases to amaze us. Her quiet, re-
served manner is like a breath of fresh air, for most of us tend to be
a bit loquacious. Always willing to give her time, Carolyn is a faith-
l r in both class and school undertakings. The qualities which
' her placid disposition and her ability
ful he pe
' t in Carolyn are
ffl ,d calm and agre
we admire mos
to keep out of arguments. The unru e
which comprise Carolyn's personality have made her an un
able member of our class. Her simplicity and faithfulness will re
with us always.
PATRICIA HooPEs LAPP
Freshman: Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Bawketballg Dance Clubg Art
Club. Sophomore: Class Secretaryg Color Team Hockeyg Color Tea
ballg Play Productiong Welfare Committee' Cast f
Junior: Second Team Hocke C
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yg heerleaderg R l' ' '
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g, Glee Club
e lglous Life C0
erg Cast of Stardustg Glee Cl b'
, , y ourtg Junior Award. Senior: C '
m Hockeyg Second Team Basketb '
Clee Clubg Oct '
et, Substltuteg Buc
Pinky has the air of a pixie about her which immediately endears
her to everyone she meets. She seems to be eternally happy. She has
a zest for living which is contagious. We just can't be unhappy when
Pink's around. At the same time, however, she has a level head and
a sense of responsibility. One of the most wonderful things about
Pinky is her faculty for finding something good and beautiful in
every person and situation. Anyone who is with Pink soon finds
it difficult to believe that anything evil or ugly exists. Her ability
to help us find beauty in life, coupled with her ebullient personality
makes Pink one of the most lovable people in our class.
erg Dance Club, Presidentg
k Hill Conference.
8027 High School Road
Freshman: Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Basketballg Play Production.
Sophomore: Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Basketballg Assembly Commit-
teeg Photography Clubg Clee Club, Class Representative. Junior: Class Presi-
ond Team Hockeyg Second Team Basketballg French Clubg Glee
of A.A.g Second Team Hockey, Captaing First Team
Club. Senior: Secretary
Basketballg Art Club, Presidentg Clee
Betsy has a kind of charm which enables her to get along with just
about anybody. There is a placid quality about her which makes us
. know instinctively that we can trust her completely. Yet there is a
', gleam in her eye which tells us that she is full of fun and has a won-
derful sense of humor. We can go to Betsy for either a quiet talk or
a rollicking good time. She will listen sympatbetically to our saddest
f woe or join us in our happiest moments. Betsy's outstanding
' fit her mood to that of her companions. This
' lace in the hearts of her class
' ' ' b ing able to
ablllty IS e
quality has carved her an
Senior: Color Team Hocke '
y, Color Team B
, Buck Hill C
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We shall alwa s b
ch ' '
y e grateful for the opportunity of having had the
arming little French lady, Claire, with us during the past year.
Her lovely manner and dainty ways have endeared her to us forever.
Her understanding and sensitivity have enabled her to adapt so
readily to our way of life that we feel she has been here all along.
She has enriched our understanding of others by sharing her French
ideas with us. Claire is quick-witted and alert. She does an admirable
job of expressing herself in a strange language. Although she is
petite and may seem fragile, her character is strong and sincere. Her
purity of thought and action will remain with us always as a shin-
ing example of beauty and sweetness.
BARBARA ANN SALESKY
131 Meetinghouse Road
"The Way You
Freshman: Color Team Hockey: Color Team Basketball: Play Production:
Glee Club. Sophomore: Class Treasurer, Color Team Basketball: Religious
' 'tteeg Acornsg Typing Clubg Cast of "Wise Freshmen:" Glee Club:
Committee: Acornsg Clee Club. Senior: Outward
' Chairman: Acorns, Business
May Court. Junior: Assembly
' M nagerg Affiliation Committee,
Bound, Business a
Barb is one of the busiest girls in our class. Her social life is so
active that you wouldn't think she'd have time for anything else, but
she does. Any job which she undertakes she does well. However, it
is not just her efficiency that makes Barb an important member of
our class. Her easy going manner makes her a wonderful companion.
Above all, furthermore, her honesty is one of her most outstanding
features. Barb is completely frank: if we want a candid opinion,
A Barb is the one we ask for it. All these characteristics combined
with her poise and great sense of humor make Barb one of the best
liked girls in the class.
1209 Rydal Road
"All the Things
F reshman: Color Team Hockeyg Color Team Basketballg Assembly Committeeg
Religious Life Committeeg Art Clubg Play Productiong Cast of Nine Girls.
Sophomore: Affiliation Committeeg Play Productiong Cast of Cradle Songg
"Wise Freshmen," Director and Prompterg Library Assistant. Junior: Class
Secretaryg Play Productiong Dramatic Club, Secretaryg Cast of Stardustg
Library Assistant. Senior: Human Affairs Clubg Dramatic Club, Presidentg
Cast of Pride and Prejudiceg Library Assistant.
Diane is the actress of our class. Her dramatic ability permits her
to keep smiling despite any personal problems she may have. Cheer-
ing our darker moods is her pleasant chatter, while her carefree air
of frivolity soon lifts our spirits. The first things one would notice
upon meeting her are her poise and charming manner. Then, her wit
and friendliness make her a wonderful companion. However, it is
not just for her enjoyable company that we are ind b
Her unusual tenacity in getting things d
and indicates her basic
e ted to Diane. T
one never ceases to amaze us 4,
practicality. Assuredly, on life's "stage," our
with beauty, talent and know-how will be a director and
producer as well.
BETTY ANN SMITH
8110 Heacock Lane
"Look for the
Freshman: First Team Hockeyg Color Team Basketballg First Team Tennisg
' - S h more: Class Vice Presidentg First
Dance Club, President, Glee Club. op o
Team Hockey: First Team Tennis: Religious Life Committeeg Dance Club,
" ' "' Cl Clubg May Court. Junior: First Team Hockey:
Cast.of Wise Freshmen, ee
Second Team Basketballg First Team Tennis, Captamg Archery, Welfare
' ' Student Council, Vice Presidentg
Committeeg Dance Clubg Glee Club. Senior.
' ' k tl llg Welfare Commit-
First Team Hockey, Co-Captamg Second Team Bas e ma
tee, Chairmang Dance Club.
What would the Class of ,54 do without Betty's sunny disposition!
Her peppy personality, always so full of fun, adds sparkle and zest to
any situation. B.A. always seems to know the right thing to say at
the right time. Her effervescent friendliness makes everyone with
whom she comes in contact feel immediately at ease. Her ability to
get along with all different types of people makes her an able leader
who is very sensitive to the needs of others. Bets can sympathize with
and apply herself so completely to the problems of others that she
for ets any unhappiness of her own. Her sense of emotional under-
' ' ' ' f f ' nds.
standing will always assure Betty of 1nf1n1te numbers 0 rle
CHARLOTTE PEARSON WHALEN
"You'd Be So
Easy to Love"
Freshman: Color T
eam Hockey' Col
Dance Club So h
, or Team Basketball: Photography Clubg
. p omore: Acornsg Cast of "Wise Freshmen." Junior'
Senior: Outward Bound, Photography Editorg A
Char has a kind of friendliness that is contagious. Wherever she
goes, she is sure to make friends. This fact is due to both her charm-
ing manner and poise. Char never seems to get flustered. She has a
wonderful sense of humor which makes people feel completely at
ease in her presence. Her complete lack of prejudice enables her to
appreciate all types of people. The most wonderful thing about Char
is her forgiving nature. You will never find Char holding a grudgeg
that just isn't her way. She never thinlfs of people's bad features, al-
ways their good ones. We believe that this is a wonderful character-
istic and feel sincere admiration for Char in attaining it.
cams, Art Editor.
THESE THINGS WE OFFER YO
We, the Senior Class of 1954. being of sane mind do bequeath:
Margie's big feet to Ann Hurd:
Daisy's athletic ability to Carol Young:
Barbara B's slim hips to Maija Jansson:
Jane's mathematical ability to Joan High:
Sue's long legs to Barbara Danehowerz
Ariel's laugh to Cathy Brooks:
Judyis job at the "Music Boxu to some enterprising sophomore:
Carolyn's posture to the Junior Class:
Pinky's shinguards to Bryant Taggart:
Betsy's height to Chris Lapp:
Claire's French accent to Linda Hano:
Barbara S's artistic talent to Lisa Shaffer:
Betty's 1952 Christmas vacation to Merle Bennett:
Char's pal ,lane to Elizabeth Cobourn:
Diane's long finger nails to Lynne Welfley:
To the lower school. we leave all the happiness of our high sch miti l life.
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AS TIME GOES BY
When the seniors enrolled as little girls
ln gingham jumpers and long blond curls.
They little thought what they'd know today.
What they'd remember or what they'd say.
They think of their teachers from childhood on.
Some still with us. and some of them gone,
But all well respected, and now in our minds
As we set out to write these memorial lines.
Mrs. Adams was first and with her Miss Craig.
Of whom we used often to plaintively beg
To play the piano so we could all sing.
Or push us again on the old playground swing.
Mrs. Modisher taught us when first grade we entered.
For then our collective interest centered
On counting and writing and spelling out words.
And on walks to observe aboriginal birds.
Somehow we moved on to our second school year:
Now let us remember. and shed a sad tear.
The spelling and printing we thought such a chore.
And the pillory bench outside Miss Vaughan's door.
Miss Bainbridge greeted us in the third grade.
So calm and so quiet, so sober and staidg
She abhorred Miss Vaughan's printing and taught us to write.
And we scribbled and smeared, it. as well we might.
In fourth grade Miss Ducker continued our teaching.
And year's end found all of us finally reaching
Proficiency in our geography lessons:
Whereupon slte discharged us with manifold blessings.
Miss Brennan took charge of our fifth year at school.
And taught us many a brassbound rule
Of proper behavior, sober and staid-
Ur else wr-'d be sent down to second grade.
Mrs. Frank used to read to us after our lunchesg
Around her we'd gather in small or large bunches.
To hear her expound on proper behavior,
Hefitting a young but maturing sixth grader.
In grade seven we learned of the birds and the In-es,
Assisted primarily by our friend Miss Teesg
For passing exams she could teach us no rule.
But she launched our careers in the new upper school.
Mrs. Hanner, in eighth grade our guide and our mentor.
Used to wail when in cooking class we would torment h
That she couldn't help it if we burned the food:
As beginners. our cooking was not very good.
As freshmen. we seniors encountered Miss Elmore:
ln Latin Class we used to ask her to tell more
About her young nephew. Puddy Tat, and the play.
Which we gave on that memorable Freshman Day.
When we think of tenth grade, we think of red glasses.
Mrs. Estes', of course, and her History Classes:
The talks on the progress of current affairs.
And advice on our troublesome worries and cares.
As juniors. our teacher was Mademoiselle.
Who taught us to read and to write and to spell
ln passable fashion, "La Langue Francaise."
Which we did in peculiar and odd-sounding ways.
ln Miss Bickley's unusual English courses
We've read of such things as Geoff Chaucer's knight's ha
The customs of good Queen Elizabc-th's court.
And how to compose a good book report.
The end of our schooling has come. at some length.
And we thank all these teachers for giving us strength.
Both mental and moral. as well as the knowledge.
Which will serve us quite soon in our first year at college
Betty Ann Smith
Favorite Song Typical
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"Invitation" 'gOh gollyli'
"Till We Meet "Hey, Chum"
"Bill" "He who laughs
"Praise the Lord "I canit, I've got to
and Pass the Am- work"
"Deep Purplei' 4'Yes"
"When the Saints "Hi!"
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Nearness of You"
"Do you have your
Her gold bracelet
Being late for chem-
polish in class
Sense of humor
To be rushed
People who talk
In a dither
At the "Yi,
In her tunic
At the "Music Box
In a silly mood
Waiting for Tom
ln study hall
U. of P.
ln the senior room
World's champ sail-
First grade teacher
Clothes buyer for
Frank and four
Sunk in a dinghy
Flunking out of
Buying wax paper
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Tell Me Why
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WILL YOU REMEMBER?
Cold walks to meeting . . . Our diets
y Class projects . . . Well-lit dances . . .
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.T Cutting roses for the Junior Prom . . .
The Green Arrow . . . Betsy's hayride . . . The Senior Prom . . .
Monday morning blues .
Exercise classes . . . , ,
Leadership Meetings . .
Ring Dinners . . . Being late for Clee Club . . . Gab sessions
in the senior room . . . Friday afternoon study halls . . .
The flower chain . . . Hen parties . . .
4'Wise Freshmen" . . . May Day . . . The
Activities Dinner . . . All the 'fun we had
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I think that I
shall never see,
Along the road,
an unscraped tree
With bark intact
and painted white
That no car ever
hit at night.
For every tree
that's near the road
Has caused some autos
to be towed.
Side swiping trees
is done a lot,
By drivers who
are not so hot.
Cod gave them eyes
so they can seeg
Yet none have missed
that lowly tree.
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LITTLE MAIDS FBO
First row, left to right: B. Sheppard, D. Miller, P.
Simon. Second row: S. Albertson, Secretary! J.
Jordan, A. Fitzgerald, Vice Presidentg J. Mc-
Dowell, Presidentg M. Bennett, Treasurerg M. Icic-
ler, J. Silverman, C. Young. Third row: A. Fry, M.
Funk, L. Hano, M. Lang, J. DePaul, B. Danehower,
A. Rian, J. Stephan, D. Badik, C. Cronquist.
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First row, left to right: K. Kuhnle, S. Whittlesey,
S. Pc-arson, Second row: C. Wriggins, Treasurer, S.
Salwky. Secretary: E. Cobourn, President, B. John
ston. Vice President. Third row: D. Post, C. Gehr
ing, B. Hartman, J. High. S. Wasum. S. Schulmerich
Absent: C. Parry. L. Friedrich.
First row, left to right: S. Schofield, Treasurer,
J. Clement, B. Leberman. C. McDowell, D. Morton,
I. Dorey. Second row: S. Vaughan, Secretary, B.
Campion, Presidentg V. Pollock, Vice President,
B. Lorenz, S. Allan, S. Sacks, S. Dawson. Fourth
row: D. Wilson. S. Haecock, A. Wattis, S. Dunham,
J. Herbicc-lc, P. Stephano, B. Batt, P. Loeb, C. Buck,
M. Rean, B. Logan. Absent: E. Stephano.
First row, left to right: B. He-lvf-stun, Secretary, J.
Oppenheimer, B. Taggart, T. Shaffer. Second row:
B. Fisher, B. Allan, Vice President, M. Jansson,
Presidentg C. Lapp, Treasurer, L. Welfley, A. Hurml,
S. Allard. Third row: S. Sjostrom, J. Uttal, J. Scott
C. Brooks, J. Batt.
First row, left to right: N. Wagner, V. Hartung.
Second row: R. Newton, Treasurer, B. Doerr, Secre-
tary, B. Dickel, President, J. Scott, Vice Presideritg
L. Berlinger, V. Vollmer. Third row.' J. Wagner,
L. Shaffer, J, Renn, N. Dawson, R. Farran.
First row: A. Fitzgerald, P. Lapp, S. Albertson, Substitutes.
Second row: A. Fry, J. DePaul, J. Jones, A. Crimes, M. Adams,
S. Gable, M. Bennett. P. Simon.
First row, left to right: M. Bennett, C.
Knoblelauch, S. Albertson, A. Grimes.
Presidentg Miss Ritz, Jones, Secre-
tary-Treasurer: P. Simon, Librarian,
T. Shaffer, Assistant Librarian, B.
Taggart, B. Salesky. Second row: J.
McDowell, S. Whittelseyg M. Funk,
G. Rian, B. Helveston, G. Gromquist.
D. Badik, M. Ickler, C. Young, J. Ste-
phan, B. Danehower, B. Dickel, N.
Wagner, L. Shaffer. Third row: A. Fitz-
gerald, E. Cobourn, M. Jansson, L.
Hano, P. Lapp, C. Brooks, S. Wasum,
D. Miller, B. Sheppard, S. Sjostrum, A.
Hurd, S. Allard, R. Newton. Fourth
row: S. Cable, M. Adams, D. Post, K.
Kuhnle, J. Jordan, B. Mallon, B. Doerr,
R. Farran, C. Lapp, A. Fry, C. Nits-
chelm, J. DePaul.
Left to right: L. Hano, Treasurerg Miss
Bicklcy, D. Shaffer, Presidentg A.
Crimes, Vive Presidentg J. Stephan,
Sealed, left to right: Miss Bickle-y, M.
Lang, A. Fry, S. Pearson, K. Kuhnle, D.
Post. Standing, left to right: J. Uttal,
J. Oppvnl'wiIm'r, L. Hano.
First row, left to right: D. Miller. A.
Crimes, P. Lapp, Presidentg C. Lapp,
Secretary: S. Salvsky, J. Jonvs. Seroml
row: B. Smith, K. Shaffer, S. Wasurii,
M. Funk, M. Adams, S. Gable-, ,I. ,lur-
dan, B. Howe-r, Treasurerg C. Nitschelni.
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First row, left to right: B. Saleslcy, Business Managerg Miss Rian, C. Young, Assistant Editor:
Nl. Jansson, Editor-in-Chief. Seronrl row: C, Whalen, Art Erlitorg C, Wriggins. J. Scott. M. lckler,
B. Danehower, A. Rian, C. Knobf-lauch, B. Helvc-stun. Third row: C. Brooks, B. Allan, S. Whittle-
svy, A. Hurrl. S. Sjostrom. Absent: L. Friedrich.
First row: B. Logan. Serond row, left to right: B. First row, left to right: J. Cobuurn, Mr. Coultling
Sale-sky. C. Nitsr-llelm, Miss Schabacker. Third row: D. Shafer. Second row: P. Simon. B. Taggart, J
Miss Rian. 5. Allan. G. C6-hring. S. Whittlt'sDy, ,l. D6-Paul, N. Ambler.
Scott, M. Funk, A. Rian, C. Young. Fourth row: V.
Vollmvr. R. Faran.
AFFILIATION CURRENT AFFAIRS
STUDE T COU CIL
Left to right: J. Jordan, Treasurerg Mr. Goulding, B. Smith, B. Fisher, Serretaryg N. Wagner
J. Clement, P. Warden, M. Adams, President. Absent: C. Parry.
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t to right: Miss Smith, Betsy Mallon, Secretaryg Betty S
easurerg Sue Gable, President
First row: P. Simon, K. Shaffer, S. Cable. Co-Captaing B. Smith, Co-Captaing L. Hano, M. Funk.
Second row: B. Bower, Managerg J. McDowell, M. Jansson, M. Bennett, P. Lapp, Miss Smith.
FIRST TEAM HOCKEY
First row: B. Taggart, L. Shaffer, S.
Sjostrom, B. Mallon, Captaing S. Al-
bertson, M. Ickler, C. Lapp. Second
row: B. Bower, Managerg J. Uttal, A.
Crimes, M. Adams, J. Jordan, B. Shep-
pard, J. Batt, Miss Smith. B. Danehow-
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Firsl row: S. Alb:-rtsml. C. Lapp, J.
M1-lluvwll. lfaplain: B, Smith, B. Dune--
huwn-r. Soromf row: A. Grinws, J. Ul-
tal. B. Shm-ppard, D. lhulik, l'. Lapp,
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TILL WE MEET AGAIN
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gordon Adams
Miss Carol Anderson
Mr. William Bux
Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Cobourn
Miss Helen Fifzgerald
Miss Lee Hammer
Miss Sissy Hiqh
Mr. Thomas E. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Jones
Mr. Frank J. Keenan, Jr.
L+. Roberi H. Laney
Dr. H. Vernon Lapp
and Mrs. Roland F. Mallon
Paul F. Pellier
Miss Nancy Reeves
Mr. Clark K. Riley
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Salesky
Mr. Larry Schmidl'
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shaffer
Mrs. Thomas T. Taylor
Miss Mar+ha W. Wiegand
Sgr. Roberf W. Williams
W. J. PICKWELL
423 York Rd. Jenkiniown, Pa.
Famous for Fine Foods
Ogoniz 9289 Ogonh 6l43 I006 Arch S+.
SCARBROUGH MOTORS, Inc.
I8I4 Greenwood Ave.
THE GREEN ARROW
THE SHARPLES RENNER
CORPORATION ADVER SE 5
CENTRIFUGES lncluslrial Adverfising
Cenfrifugal Processes Manuals 'ro Governmeni Specs
2300 Wesfmoreland Sf. 3I5 S, I5'I'l1 Sf,
PHILADELPHIA, PA. PI-HLA. 2, PA.
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BANK BY MAIL
If +raf'fic or parking problems make il' inconvenienl
for you +o ge+ fo fhe bank, lei Jenkinfown Bank
and Trusf Co. Bank-by-Mail service fake care of
your banking for you.
Ask abouf our banking-by-mail The nexl' lime you
JENKINTOWN BANK 81 TRUST CO.
WILLIAM KUHN JR.
RICHARD E. KUHN
and Insurance Brokers
FOWLER SHINN INC.
Dodge and Plymoufh
Dodge Job-Ra+ed Trucks
York Road af Noble Siafion
7II Wesi Ave.
JENKINTOWN' PA' Ogonfz MaiesIIc Ogonh
Qg. 4550 7428 5-2222 3I63
56 I 8 Germanfown Ave.
Meei' and Eaf
800 York Rd. Jenkinfown, Pa.
GOOD FOOD ALWAYS
From Ihe Class of '58
BEST of LUCK
"The Dog House" '
Glenside, Pa. Ogonfz 8800
AbIf'9'f0fh Pa- Roads, Sewers, Excava+ing
"Home Is Where 'rhe Heari' Is"
There is a cer'I'ain sense of saI'isfacI'ion and securiI'y
found only In a weII-buiI'r house
and making if your home.
CONSULT OUR LISTINGS.
WM. T. B. ROBERTS 8: SON
Glenside a+ sfafion OgonI'z I682
UALI TY FIR T
. . . a Philco Policy
FROM THE MOMENT it is conceived to the moment it is delivered, every
Philco product is built to the most rigid standards of performance and
dependability. In every step of its design and manufacture, the first
consideration is quality. No reduction in cost, no economy of production
is permitted that makes the slightest compromise with quality or relia-
bility. To the end that, for the price you pay, you may have confidence
that the Philco name on any product gives you the assurance of the
finest quality your money can buy.
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HOME FREEZERS 1 AIR CONDITIONERS
ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS FOR INDUSTRY AND THE ARMED SERVICES
We invife 'lhe graduafes of
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WOMEN'S APPAREL M. E. ALKUS--RECORD SHOP
79I0 High School Rd.
Elkins Park, Pa. Me 5-2490
Jenkin+own, Pa. lo
THE CLASS OF '54
Wall gba if
S+. Johns Lufheran Church WARREN H. SMHH
Melrose Ave. and Yorlr Rd.
Melrose Parlc, Pa. Reallor
THE REV. KENNETH P. OTTEN 327 Nc-r+h Ewen Road
PAUL JAEGER Office Telenhone
Guns and Sporfing Goods Ogvhll 877l
2lI Leedom S+ree+ Residence Telephone
Og. 6920 Jenkiniown, Pa. Ogonlz 2993
Greenwood Ave. and Leedom S+.
GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK
A. S. Farenwald
York Rd. a'I' Greenwood Ave.
The Music Box
4I0 York Road
IBe'rween The Bank and H. 8: H.,
"JenkinI'own's Complefe Music SI'ore"
KIMBALL - WEAVER
SPINETS - GRANDS
New - Used - Tuning - Repairing
RECORDS - ACCESSORIES
Only Suburban S+ock of Classical Music
ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Trumpefs - Clarinefs - Flufes - Violins
GiuIieH'i Accordions Reeds - Sfrings - Cases
E. E. SHUPP, JR. Ogoniz 5958
A CONE TO A GALLON
BRYNER CHEVROLET CO.
I40 Old York Road
Manufacfurers of Bedding and
Upholsfered Living Room
Old York Road's Oldesi'
York Rd. and Byberry Ave.
TOWN PHARMACY. INC
York and Davisville Rds.
Willow Grove, Pa.
Phone Willow Grove 0I00
Besi' of Luck
in Ihe Fu'I'ure
CARLSON MOTORS T. W. MONTAGUE
Chrysler Plymoufh Real+0r5
York Rd. and Cherry SI. HOMES-FARMS-ESTATES
49I Old York Rd.
Jenk WIOWH. Pa- 09- 7900 Jenkinfowng Pa. Og. 0760
ELKINS PARK PHARMACY
B. B. Morgensfern
Apparel of Qualiiy
I Jenkinfown, Pa. Og. 2932
Harry T. Wen'I'z George B. Weniz
Six Lb. fo Twenfy-Eighi' Lb.
Phone Ambler 0708
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF l954
ROSE MILLS, INC.
Makers of Novelty Yarns
Dressmalcing and AII'era'I'ions Helweg 81 Son
305 York Road Room 207
Ellrins Parlr, Pa.
Compnmenh of Venefian Blinds Shades
SU'-AT PHARMACY HARRY C. BERLINGER. JR.
Rugs and Carpeis
Jenlcinfown, Pa. .
Service Rubber and Aspllall' Tile
7I5 Greenwood Ave.
Abingfon, Pa. Ogonh 6434
"CARI LLON IC BELLS"
Schulmerich Carillons, Inc.
CHURCHES - COLLEGES - PUBLIC BUILDINGS
' Elkins Park, Pa.
l ELIZABETH P. TICHENOR
, 256 Soufh l5'Ih S+.
VI. 4-456I KI. 6-2533
ELKINS PARK HEALTH AND
Spof Reducing A SpeciaI'I'y
Massage - Vapor-Baihs
Mel. 5-4039 7909 Parlr Ave.
BOBSLED AND STRAW RIDES
Saddle Horses for Hire
Horses Boarded and Schooled
Ins'Iruc'I'ion in Riding
SHARPLESS RIDING STABLES
Washingfon Le. and Meadowbrook Rd.
L. F. Sharpless Og. 003I
Abingfon, Pa. Og. 7500
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